it is on the brake cylinder at the rear brake shoes...usually it has gear like wheels that turn that can tighten as u go in reverse to adjust the shoes....being called self adjusting refers to the notion that it is adjusted by the car not necesarley by hand...
On a 2001 Ford Focus : The brake fluid reservoir is used for the brake and clutch systems
See answer on "How do you change the front brake pads on a 2001 Ford Focus?" for a description of the location of the resivoir. The answer to this exact location is at the bottom of that answer.
How do you remove the brake light cover on a ford focus
my idling on my 2001 ford focus is not idling correct, tried to adjust idling but there is no screw or way to adjust why?
Fuse number 54
brake pedal light switch.
its a 2001 ford focus 1.6 petrol
DOT ( 3 ) or DOT ( 4 ) brake fluid , according to the Owner Guide
ESD-M6C57-A ("Super DOT 4" for MTX-75 transmissions or 'manual transmission' models) Source: Ford Focus 2001 User's Manual
To adjust the rear brakes on the 2001 Ford Focus ZX3, first remember these brakes are self-adjusting. Drive the vehicle in reverse and press the brake a few times to clear the lines and set the calipers. Then, stop the car. Place it in park and pull the emergency brake. Pump the brake while the vehicle is turned off. You will feel the brake peddle stiffen.
Pop out the light with a screw driver and check if the aerial is loose and letting water in.